***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) Heirloom dating back to 1891. Also known as "Telephone'. Climbing type to 2m. Highly productive producing abundan
***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) Heirloom dating back to 1891. Also known as "Telephone'. Climbing type to 2m. Highly productive producing abunda
(Amaranthus gangeticus) Heirloom. Broad, vivid red, dented leaves. Used to add intense colour to salads, or used like spinach, in soups, or as stir-
(Raphanus sativus) Originating from Spain since around 16th century; first introduced to english market prior to 1824. Also known as 'Ramolaccio', o
(Spinacia oleracea) Heirloom. Heavily crinkled, dark green leaves. Slow to bolt; tolerates dry, hot weather. Hardy. Attractive variety. 40-60 da
(Raphanus sativus) Oval radish to 4cm, with red skin & crisp white flesh. Mild flavoured, withstands cooler temperatures. 25-40 days. 480 seeds
(Chicorium intybus) Belgian heirloom dating back to mid 1800’s. Also known as Belgian Endive. Medium-dark green leaves, with inner leaves & hearts
(Lepidium sativum) Annual. Dark green, curled leaves with peppery flavour. Used as sprouts, or left to mature in garden - leaves picked as required
(Raphanus sativus) Large, white root 40-50cm long. Japanese variety. Use in salads, stir-fry, pickles or cooked. Useful in breaking up the soil.
(Chicorium intybus) Heirloom. Dark green leaf with bright red stem & mid-vein. Attractive variety. High in nutrients - has four times the nutritiv
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom dating back to 1750. Also known as 'Burpees Large Ribbed'. Large, light to deep green, crinkled leaves to 25cm across, wit
(Raphanus sativus) Heirloom dating back to 1865. Scarlet coloured roots with white tip & blunt end. Length 5-9cm with spicy hot flavour. Popular v
(Spinacia oleracea) Heirloom also known as 'Giant Thick Leaf'. Very large, thick, smooth, dark-green, pointed & semi-savoyed leaves up to 25cm acros
***NOT TO TAS*** (Pisum sativum) Heirloom. Popular variety. Bush type growing from 75-100cm. Heavy producer with pods 5-7cm in length. 65 days.
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